Dalian, like any major city, is a bustling hub of activity that may eventually wear you out. Luckily, Dalian has no shortages of massage parlors, and while many vary in price and service quality, we’ve managed to pin down four of the most reputable places to get a therapeutic massage in Dalian.
1) Zhisheng Japanese Shiatsu Massage (New-Mart Branch)View In Map
There are a total of eight branches of Zhisheng Japanese Shiatsu Massage across Dalian, and this massage specializes in applying pressure to various points across the body in order to release stress. It may sound a bit daunting, but you’ll end up feeling refreshed and relaxed when you leave.
The establishment offers services that provide treatment to any part of you that may be feeling uncomfortable, and that ranges from the feet to even the kidneys! In fact, you can get a foot scrub for 98 RMB for around 50 minutes. If that doesn’t interest you, why not try out a Japanese banana oil massage or one of the other services that each cost around 168 RMB for 60 minutes. It’s best to schedule your appointment in advance, and if you like the place consider signing up for a membership card.
Add: Floor 7, New-Mart, 1 Qingsan Jie, Zhongshan District, Dalian
Tel: 0411 8369 0920; 8361 0957
Opening hours: 09:30-21:00
Getting there: take bus 1, 5, 15, 16, 19, 22, 23, 409, 411, 512, 521, 531, 532, 702, or 703 to Qingniwa Qiao Station (青泥洼桥站)
2) Taidian Massage Salon (Changjiang Lu Branch)View In Map
As you may have guessed from the sound of the name, Taidian Massage Salon specializes in Thai massages, which are great for relieving any nasty knots or aches in your body. Taidan is fairly well known, with branches also in Beijing, Shenyang, and even South Korea (Dalian’s Changjiang Lu branch opened in 2007). The interior of the salon is styled with a traditional Thai decor, which is great for helping you relax. There are a total of 40 beds, ten rooms, and eight sofas for foot massages. The place also provides free refreshments.
Add: 108 Changjiang Lu, Zhongshan District, Dalian
Tel: 0411 8265 6533
Opening hours: 12:00-24:00 (Nov 1-Apr 30), 11:00-02:00 (May 1-Oct 31)
Getting there: take bus 40, 201, 403, 707, or 712 to Minsheng Jie Station (民生街站)
3) Ceng Shi Massage (Huanghe Lu Branch)View In Map
Founded in 1996, Ceng Shi is one of China’s earliest massage institutions, and has over 80 branches across the country, as well as in South Korea, Japan, America, Canada and Spain. If you’re looking for a quick fix to relieve some stress, consider getting an express foot bath, which lasts a mere 10 minutes—the masseuses will even throw in a quick neck and shoulder massage too. A complete foot massage package will set you back 68 RMB for 45 minutes. You can also get a body massage for 48 RMB for 60 minutes.
Add: 535 Huanghe Lu, Shahekou District, Dalian
Tel: 0411 8460 8686; 8460 8282
Opening hours: 09:00-23:00
Getting there: take bus 31 or 39 to Boai Dasha Station (博爱大厦站)
4) Tianzu Massage SpaView In Map
Tianzu Massage, which can be roughly translated as “heavenly foot” massage, is another Thai massage parlor that was opened in 2005, and features over 20 separate rooms with over 40 masseuses available. If you don’t fancy something as exotic as a Thai massage then you can opt for a traditional Chinese massage, or an Indian banana oil massage. Tianzu maybe a bit more pricey than the others, but it does offer a whole range of set deals including an oil massage and a foot rub for 278 RMB (90 minutes), a traditional Chinese massage including a back and head massage for 198 RMB (100 minutes), or a full body massage including a foot rub for 150 RMB (2 hours).
Add: 15 Mingze Jie, Zhongshan District, Dalian
Tel: 0411 8366 3100
Opening hours: 10:00-01:00
Getting there: take bus 13, 31, 201, 403, 506, 526, 702, 707, or 712 to Minzhu Square Station (民主广场站)
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